The President of Hillel International called on Ohio University to apologize to four pro-Israel students who were arrested during a protest.8
Private First Class Daniel Gavrin, declared missing in 1944, was laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery in a Jewish ceremony.
A man sentenced to death for a triple murder in a brutal home invasion in Connecticut is suing to demand a Kosher diet as a newly declared Orthodox Jew, saying the prison’s resistance has forced him into “starvation.”21
A student group at the City University of New York is set to discuss and vote on a proposed resolution calling for a boycott of Israel.3
In a presidential campaign with an unprecedented number of pointed words and phrases living on as unpleasant hashtags — Loser. Crooked. Deplorables. Nasty woman. Build the wall. Putin’s puppet — Israel barely rates a mention.
Shmuel Kamenetsky, one of the country’s most prominent ultra-Orthodox rabbis, condemned vaccines as a ‘hoax’ and a ‘problem’ in an interview with a local Jewish newspaper.42
Several hundred residents of Belfast signed a petition asking their mayor to display a plaque honoring former Israeli president Chaim Herzog that was taken down this summer due to vandalism.
A well-known Israeli rabbi who fled the country after being accused of sex crimes was arrested near Amsterdam.
A couple wed under a chuppah at one of Berlin’s central squares as a rejoinder to a spike in expressions of anti-Semitism.
A plaque honoring Jewish industrialist Emil Kolben was erected in the Czech capital.
An Ohio University student senate meeting erupted into chaos, and four students were arrested over protests of the senate president’s recent “blood bucket challenge” of Israel.9
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